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“The blog WEBM [es] writes that the suffering continues in Pisco two years later:”
“Pisco is our national liquor, a source of pride for us Peruvians.”
“Pisco is the base of our most famous drink, Pisco Sour.”
“Among the most popular saloons lining mile-long C Street were the Sazerac, the Sawdust Corner, and the Bucket of Blood, all serving something called Pisco Punch and the local staple, Forty-rod, a particularly raw and fiery brand of house whiskey so named because that was the approximate distance a tenderfoot could walk before collapsing in a heap.”
“And we just landed at the airport in Pisco, which is one of the cities that were most severely hit.”
“The Pisco is a liquor obtained from the distillation of grapes 'juices, according to traditional regional practices.”
“Describing the incident, friend Alejandra Zurita said, ‘A band was playing and the Raleigh volunteers, including William, had been drinking a local spirit called Pisco.”
“The town was sneakily renamed Pisco Elqui only about 50 years ago to stake a claim on the name 'Pisco' to prevent other manufacturers from calling their wares 'Pisco'.”
“Once the story of "Pisco", the alpaca that surfs San Bartolo waves along with his owner Domingo Pianezzi became know,”
“There are a dozen specialty cocktails all $13, and I stuck to a Pisco Sour while Patty Eisenberg tried the A Oaxacan The Clouds, made with Mezcal and roasted farm tomatoes.”
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